Picnic Protest – A positive morning on Rushup Edge

Today’s protest was organised by Esther Hobson and was a valuable public display of dissatisfaction at the way DCC are going about their highways maintenance program. The work on Rushup is believed to cost £70,000 and is not necessary, especially when budgets are being slashed and money can be spent so much better elsewhere. It’s […]

Rushup Edge

Update on Rushup Edge

The work currently being undertaken is from the start of the bridleway (was a Byway) from the main Rushup Edge Road (093 826) and it has reached the small gate (close to 099 829) just before the connection to the joining of the routes from Chapel Gate and over the top of Rushup Edge (the […]

Whinstone Lee Tor Resurfacing

The Whinstone Lee Tor permissive path that runs along Derwent Edge is to be resurfaced beginning mid-October. The land owner and farming tenant have commissioned Moors for the Future Partnership, based in Edale, to carry out the work on Moscar Moor along a 2.5km stretch which will be a combination of gritstone aggregate and pitching […]

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